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I have an undergraduate degree from Marshall University in Secondary Education- Social Studies. I am currently taking classes for my Graduate degree in Special Education- SLD, MI, BD. All my classes range on topics on how to deal appropriately with severe learning disorders, mental retardation, and behavioral disorders. Many classify ADD/ADHD as a behavioral disorder.
I graduated with an undergraduate degree in Secondary Education, but also minored in Criminal Justice. I have taken 15 hours of coursework related to Criminal Justice. I feel I would be able to fully teach/tutor the subject.
I currently substitute for Cabell County Schools in West Virginia. I have been subbing elementary classes all year and plan on obtaining an additional certification in elementary education after I finish my current one in Special Education.
Before becoming a teacher, I was a professional photographer for a company. I learned everything I could about photography at this job. I enjoyed doing the work, while I worked their and would love to show others my knowledge of how to properly photograph.
I am currently pursuing a Master's in Special Education (SLD,MI, and BD). All of my coursework focuses on how to fully interact with special needs children. I will have my Master's in the next year and would become highly qualified for a Special Education program in any state.
As a teacher, I tend to focus on students' learning speech by following the normal dications that many teachers follow. To be able to decode words and encode words into speech is something that is needed to focus on word recognition and comprehension. In my Master's studies for Special Education, this is a main focus in our classroom. Learning how to teach speech to Special Needs children makes me feel competent in my ability to teach speech to any child.
In enrichment classes I have instructed, we have focused on proper study techniques to promote better test taking. Making sure the children study the information correctly will lead to them learning. As a teacher, we should all teach proper study techniques to show students the way to figure out exactly how to not cram, but learn.